About NSLA 

National and State Libraries Australasia (NSLA) represents the national libraries of Australia and New Zealand, and the State and Territory libraries of Australia.

NSLA libraries work collaboratively to strengthen the information infrastructure in Australia and New Zealand. We share our expertise and work together on joint projects to achieve more than each library could on their own.

NSLA also provides a single voice for members to governments, stakeholders and to other parts of the library, cultural and education sectors.

Find out more about NSLA's members.

NSLA annual statistical return 2011-2012

During the 2011-2012 financial year:

  • 12 million people visited our library buildings
  • 217 million pages were viewed on our websites
  • 1,703 terabytes of digital collections were stored
  • $37 million was the total spend on collections
  • $5.2 billion was the asset value of our collections
  • $1.02 billion was the asset value of our buildings/sites.

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